Wuzhong City, situated in the central part of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, is located in the heart of the Ningxia Plain. It is one of the major ethnic-minority regions in China, with exquisitely designed mosques scattered throughout the city, earning it the nickname "City of a Thousand Towers" in the East. Wuzhong City faces the Yellow River and has a long history, serving as an important cradle of Chinese civilization and an integral part of Hezhou culture. Relying on the Yellow River, Wuzhong has forged a unique landscape and culture, with famous attractions such as the China Yellow River Altar, Yellow River Tower, One Hundred and Eight Tower, Jinsha Bay, and Tongxin Qingzhen Temple. Additionally, it boasts multiple city honors such as the "Hometown of Islamic Architecture in China," "Hometown of Chinese Tibetan Rams," and "Hometown of Chinese Licorice."

The city's rich cultural heritage and beautiful natural scenery make it an ideal destination for travelers seeking an authentic experience. The combination of historical buildings and modern urban development creates a vibrant city that is both traditional and contemporary. From its roots in Hezhou culture to its rich Islamic heritage, Wuzhong City is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in learning more about China's diverse cultures and historical heritages.

Best Travel Time

Best in Spring and Autumn

Suggested playing days

1-2 days

Local climate

Temperate continental semi-arid climate

Wuzhong Surrounding Cities